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How to Fire Toxic Yet High-Performing Employees

The Jewelers Vigilance Committee and Greenwald Doherty will present a webinar on July 28.




(PRESS RELEASE) Tune in to an upcoming webinar brought to you by the Jewelers Vigilance Committee’s Law Firm Finder partner, Greenwald Doherty, at 2 p.m. EDT on Wednesday, July 28.

Can you fire an employee who does not behave in a manner consistent with your company’s stated core values if they are also a high-performing employee?

In this presentation, employment attorney Joel J. Greenwald, Esq., explains why having a solid company culture, which is embodied in your policies and practices, could be the best risk mitigation tool you can have – and allow you to eliminate those who don’t “fit” your business. Joel will concentrate on the specific steps necessary to fire a toxic, yet high-performing employee by making your culture an active part of your human resources process.

The discussion will focus much attention on:

  • Why companies get into problems when they fire people who are simply poor “fits”
  • Why employees are never really “employees at will”
  • The best way to legally handle these risky terminations.

Both conceptual and practical, this seminar provides real-world value and practical action steps to attendees. Attendees will leave with a specific step-by-step plan for terminating those employees that most drain company morale.

To register for this webinar, click here.




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Wilkerson: “They Feel Like Family”

Newton’s Jewelers in Fort Smith, Ark., was a true institution. But after being at the helm for most of his life, owner (and descendent of the original founder) Kelly Newton decided it was time to retire. He chose Wilkerson to handle the sale. “I’ve known the owners of Wilkerson for a long, long time. I felt at home with them,” he says. The final retirement sale was just a “blast” and the Wilkerson sales team made it so very simple and straightforward, says Newton. Would he recommend Wilkerson to others? Absolutely. “They’ve done incredible work,” says Newton. “They feel like family.”

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